Moving home, or even country?

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WITH ARTICLE 50 having been triggered and Brexit negotiations taking place, there has been a lot of confusion and panic as to how people and businesses will fare both in the UK and Europe, especially its effect on Brits in Spain.

However, at Roy Trevor Removals (RTR), the vote to exit the EU has created new opportunities.
Historically very busy throughout the summer months with local moves around Spain and the Costa del Sol area, this year RTR have had a large influx of customers leaving the UK to begin a new life in Spain.

This is a big move for people of all ages and from all walks of life and can be very stressful if not handled correctly.
RTR have been moving families at home and abroad since 1918 in the UK and since opening their permanent depot in Spain in 1992.

With their vast knowledge gleaned from years of experience they are experts in their field, offering a packing service to suit all requirements.
Boasting a team of professional packers to ensure that all goods from a wine glass to a piano can be moved safely and a regular service to and from the UK and further afield, RTR can tailor your move to suit your timescales.

In Spain, RTR offer a free site survey – meaning the price you are quoted is the price you pay. This enables RTR to ascertain what materials, manpower and timings are required.
If your property is not ready to move into straight away, RTR have large, fully alarmed, clean, dry storage facilities both in Spain and the UK.
Inspections are welcomed, where you can also browse through their testimonials from the many customers who have used their services, sometimes for the first time and some who have moved many times over the last 24 years using Roy Trevor Removals.

For more information on Roy Trevor Removals and Storage/ Moving Matters S.L. check out their website: www.moving-matters-sl.com or call 951 311 118 (ES), 0843 207 4302 (UK).

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